The Safari web browser stores a large amount of information as a result of your browsing. This not only includes cache and cookies but also saved names and passwords, download history, search keywords, browsing history and more. There is a very quick and painless way to remove all of these things and return your Safari browser to its default state. Before doing this, please be sure that you definitely want all of this information to be erased. Continue reading…
We’ll assume that your email account is located on only one Mac, and that you do not yet have an email account set up in Apple Mail on the Mac you’ll be moving your email to.
Here’s how to do it:
You will need to copy some files off the Mac that already contains the email account. To do this, you can use an external hard drive or USB flash drive to transfer the files directly from one Mac to the other. Connect the drive to your Mac now. Continue reading…
Exchange Server 2013 comes with a number of new features as well as improvements on existing features that are already familiar to those who have worked with Exchange Server 2010.
Here are a few of the highlights:
Reduction in server roles to just two; Client Access server and Mailbox server
New streamlined Outlook 2013 and Outlook Web App user interfaces, and offline access for OWA
No more Exchange Management Console, all administration is now performed using the new web-based Exchange Administration Center and the Exchange Management Shell (using PowerShell 3.0)
Improvements to high availability features and manageability
Public folders are now stored in mailbox databases and can take advantage of Database Availability Groups for replication and high availability
Data loss prevention capabilities that can be integrated into Transport Rules
To recover a deleted item, you must have owner rights to the mailbox from which you are recovering deleted items.
To recover deleted items from the Deleted Items folder with Outlook
Open an Outlook client that has access to the mailbox that has deleted items.
Select the Deleted Items folder.
From the Tools menu, select Recover Deleted Items.
Select the item that you want to recover, and then click Recover Selected Items.
To use the DumpsterAlwaysOn registry key to recover hard-deleted items
On the client computer used to perform the deleted items recovery operation, click Start, click Run, type regedit, and then click OK. Continue reading…
If you have installed Microsoft Office 2010 and haven’t activated it, you will find that Microsoft allows you to use the full functionality of Office 2010 for 30 days. After this 30 days of free usage, you have to register Microsoft Office 2010 to continue using it. But most of you will be happy to know that much like Microsoft Windows 7 (you can extend the trial up to 120 days), you can rearm and use Microsoft Office 2010 and extend the trial up to 6 months or 180 days. After this grace period, Office 2010 will automatically start functioning in reduced functionality mode to remind the user that the software needs to be activated.
Microsoft now requires all installed copy of Office 2010 to be activated, including licenses sold through volume licensing. So, the rearm function in Office 2010 is actually provided for the convenience of corporate customers. Microsoft allows in total 5 rearm of Office 2010, where after reset, added 30 days of free usage is allowed without activation. If the rearm is timed correctly at the last day of current 30 day cycle’s end, theoretically, the 5 rearm can extend the free usage of Office 2010 up to 6 months or 180 days. Continue reading…
Many printers do use color inks to print in greyscale. Check your owners manual, it may say something about it. For example
The Canon Pixma IP5300’s manual states; “Printing in grayscale may use colour inks”.
And from HP’s website: “For black and white images and photos, a blend of colors called “composite black” may be used to achieve significantly better image quality and smoother gray tones than can be accomplished with black inks alone.”
I assume most all printer companies are this way. According to HP’s website, the quality is much better when colors are added to the black ink and also improves the printer reliability. HP mentioned that most of the printers give the user the option of turning off “composite black” and using only the black ink without the colors. Continue reading…
The biggest cause of crashes is font conflicts in Microsoft Word for Mac .
There’s an application in your Applications folder called Font Book.
Open Font Book
In the left side click All Fonts
In the Font column, select a font then use Edit > Select All
From the Edit menu choose Resolve Duplicates. This only takes a minute, but nothing happens on screen except for the little wait cursor for a moment or two.
From the File menu choose Validate Fonts.
This opens a new window.Let it run till it’s done.
Click the check box to select all
Then click the Remove fonts button
This moves all duplicate and corrupt fonts to the trash.
Empty the Trash.
Restart your computer and see if Word and other applications no longer crash.